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Center on Trauma and Children

This training is designed to prepare public health officials and workers to effectively plan for and respond to pandemic events in a manner that is sensitive to the needs of children and families, enhances compliance with public health recommendations, and supports resiliency in the pediatric population.

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Diagnosing the Learner

1.00CME
Diagnosing the learner is a way to identify deficiencies of a learner’s knowledge, skills, and/or attitudes. It allows the faculty to better target their teaching strategies to fit the learning needs of their learners. This module reviews several schemata for identifying learning gaps and learning needs, and then outlines specific remediation and teaching techniques that address these varying needs. Attention is paid to all three domains (knowledge, skills, and attitudes), although the...  Read More

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Rosemarie Conigliaro, MD Associate Professor, Medicine
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Lexington, Kentucky
Rosemarie Conigliaro, MD

Lean Tools and Healthcare

1.25CME

Lean management is increasingly popular in healthcare, but there is a shortage of information applying lean management to primary care clinics. Through this training, primary care providers can expect to improve patient flow and increase their capacity to see patients.

Lean tools are misunderstood in the Lean community with people not understanding their purpose in Lean Management. This course will lead to a better understanding of not only "what" the tools are, but also...  Read More

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Michael Hoseus, MA Executive Director, Center for Quality People & Organizations
President, Lean Culture...
Michael Hoseus, MA

What is the Role of Leadership in Lean Transformation?

1.25CME

Lean management is increasingly popular in healthcare, but there is a shortage of information applying lean management to primary care clinics. Through this training, primary care providers can expect to improve patient flow and increase their capacity to see patients.

There is a general gap in Lean involving leadership in that they don't understand or perform their role - without leadership, Lean will not work.

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Michael Hoseus, MA Executive Director, Center for Quality People & Organizations
President, Lean Culture...
Michael Hoseus, MA

Problem Solving and Daily Management for Lean Healthcare

1.25CME

Lean management is increasingly popular in healthcare, but there is a shortage of information applying lean management to primary care clinics. Through this training, primary care providers can expect to improve patient flow and increase their capacity to see patients.

Most organizations implementing Lean have Lean as a "parallel" program and it is not part of the daily "way we work." This session discusses problem solving as the key activity of this daily...  Read More

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Michael Hoseus, MA Executive Director, Center for Quality People & Organizations
President, Lean Culture...
Michael Hoseus, MA

Teaching in the ICU

1.00CME
The intensive care unit (ICU) is an increasingly important locus of patient care. While medical students and resident physicians need to learn the unique features of medical care in these areas, important features of the ICU environment can prevent effective teaching in this arena. These features include technology such as mechanical ventilators and monitoring devices, limited ability to perform physical examination, and an over-abundance of laboratory and radiographic information. This...  Read More

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Richard S. Morehead, MD Associate Professor, Medicine
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Lexington, Kentucky
Richard S Morehead, MD

Supporting Systems for Lean Healthcare

1.25CME

Lean management is increasingly popular in healthcare, but there is a shortage of information applying lean management to primary care clinics. Through this training, primary care providers can expect to improve patient flow and increase their capacity to see patients.

With most organizations' Lean Implementation, they are not seeing Lean as a management system, therefore, missing key elements to support that system. These key elements are vital for the success of a Lean...  Read More

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Michael Hoseus, MA Executive Director, Center for Quality People & Organizations
President, Lean Culture...
Michael Hoseus, MA